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Image of the Week: Chihuly sculpture

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This wonderful image is of the Dale Chihuly sculpture that greets visitors to the new Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building. The facility, which may be the largest stem cell research building in the world, was dedicated earlier this week.

The photo was taken by Jun Seita, MD, PhD, who also moved into the Lokey building on October 25. Seita used a long exposure - 10 seconds - to capture the image.

Previously: Stanford opens Lokey Building, crown jewel of stem cell science, Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building to open on the Stanford campus and The largest stem cell research building in the U.S.

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